The 67th annual Golden Globes Awards was held tonight in Los Angeles. The 2009 Star Trek movie was actually not up for any nominations, but Star Trek composer Michael Giacchino did win a Globe for his Up score. Also on hand was Star Trek’s Zoe Saldana who was one of the presenters and braved the rain for the red carpet. Photos below.
Giacchino wins for Up
Michael Giacchino’s score for Star Trek did get a nomination, but his Up score did. Giacchino beat another Star Trek alum, Star Trek II & III composer James Horner, who was nominated for his Avatar score. Also nominated were Marvin Hamlisch (The Informant!), Abel Korzeniowski (A Single Man) and Karen O & Carter Burwell (Where the Wild Things Are).
Giacchino with his Golden Globe for “Up”
This was Giacchino’s first nomination for a Golden Globe. It has been a good year so far for The composer. He also won for his Up score on Friday at the Critic’s Choice Movie Awards. Plus, Giacchino has four Grammy nominations for Star Trek and Up. His Up score was also nominated for a Annie Award. Plus he has picked up some wins for Up, from local film critics in Phoenix, Chicago, and Austin. The Las Vegas critics awarded him for his Star Trek score. (full list here).
The only other Star Trek alum up for a Golden Globe was Christopher Plummer (General Chang in Star Trek VI) who was up for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Last Station, but lost out to Cristoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds.
The big winner of the night was again Avatar, which took home the award for Best Picture. Avatar director James Cameron also took home the award for Best Director.
Full list at goldenglobes.org
Zoe presents at Golden Globes
Star Trek and Avatar star Zoe Saldana was one of the presenters. She presented along with her Avatar co-star Sam Worthington.
Worthington and Saldana
Even though it was raining, Saldana braved the red carpet for some shots.
Saldana, being protected by umbrella
Zoe strikes a pose
Zoe signs a Chrysler 300 Eco Style car for Stars for a Cause
Julianna Margulies’ TNG gown
She may not be a Star Trek alum, but some fashion bloggers noted that Julianna Margulies gown looked like it came from the set of Star Trek. New York Mag Fug Girls wrote:
Julianna Marguiles — whom we love, deeply — is wearing Narciso, of course. The top is sort of metallic red, the bottom is black and it’s all a bit…Star Trek. Not necessarily in a bad way, though.
24th century gown?